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Asmahan Qarjouli

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Asmahan Qarjouli is a Palestinian-Jordanian journalist born and raised in Qatar, whose reporting focuses on international affairs and social justice. She graduated from Northwestern University in Qatar with a bachelor of Science in Journalism and has contributed to leading news outlets, including Al Jazeera English and AJ+. As a local reporter, she also looks for stories that reflect the Qatari culture from the past and present.

Man arrested over murder of security guard in Qatar

A source has told Doha News that the shooter was reprimanded by police within minutes of the attack.  A security guard at a residential compound in...

Iran requests Qatar to broker the release of dual national prisoners

The Gulf state managed to help secure the release of political prisoners in various countries, including Libya and Myanmar. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has...

Rerouting Qatari gas to Europe will require US mediation: reports

Qatar provides up to 5% of Europe’s liquified natural gas (LNG) supply as most of its shipments go to Asian countries. Qatar is going to...

Two thieves busted in Qatar

Doha has been ranked as the second safest city globally. Qatar's Criminal Investigation Department arrested two thieves who robbed various stores in the Industrial Area,...

Sheikh Tamim, Biden to discuss ‘energy supplies’ during Washington visit

The visit comes amid reports claiming that Qatar and the US have been in talks over supplying Europe with energy if Russia invades Ukraine. Qatar's...

Qatar, Western powers participate in Oslo talks over Afghanistan

Whilst western powers have been engaging with the Taliban-led government following decades of war, they have yet to recognise the new administration. Qatar joined special...

Qatar’s FM, US Sec. Blinken discuss Russia’s ‘unprovoked’ military presence in Ukraine

Earlier reports stated that the Biden Administration has been in talks with Qatar to supply Europe with gas in the event of a Russian...

Qatar sends 22 tonnes of aid to crises-laden Afghanistan

Doha’s financial contributions and assistance to Kabul were expected to reach $50 million last year. Aid provided by Qatar Charity has been delivered to Afghanistan on...
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